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for Mommies in Need
Concert Venue has changed. Please see information below.
On Friday, October 20, 2017, Resounding Harmony will present the first concert event of our tenth season of giving where we’re living. The concert benefits Mommies in Need, which provides in-home childcare to stay-at-home parents going through a health crisis. They not only fund nannies for sick moms, but also provide them with someone who is vetted, background checked, CPR certified, and experienced in dealing with situations when a parent is suddenly ill.
Join us for a fantastic evening of beautiful, family-friendly music for a great cause! There will be fun kids activities to entertain the little ones, as well as a chorus of the kids of Mommies In Need melting your hearts with their sweet singing. Don’t miss out on this exciting event!
Even if you cannot attend the concert, you can help those who cannot afford tickets by donating tickets for families that have benefited from Mommies in Need’s services.
Important Concert Information
Please note that the concert has moved from Moody Performance Hall to the United Methodist Church of Preston Hollow, 6315 Walnut Hill Lane Dallas, Texas 75230.
If you purchased tickets through ticketdfw.com, you will receive a full refund from the box office and can purchase new tickets for the new venue by clicking the button below or at the door.
Tickets are $25 for adults (over 18 years old), $10 for children (6-18 years old), and free for children 5 and under.
Music, The Food of Love Raised 15,000 Meals for the North Texas Food Bank!
The results are in for “Music, The Food of Love,” our Spring 2017 concert that benefited the North Texas Food Bank in memory of Stacy Fawcett. Resounding Harmony had the pleasure of presenting a check worth 15,000 meals for the North Texas Food Bank to both Melissa Retzsch of the North Texas Food Bank and Lynn Myers Croft, Stacy Fawcett’s mother Stacy Fawcett during recent rehearsals.
Stacy Fawcett’s love of food inspired so many in the DFW region that presenting a concert benefiting The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB), which provides access to more than 170,000 meals each day for hungry children, seniors and families in their 13-county service area, an excellent way of honoring her memory.